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very quickly all at once you've got to be able to react to all of the changes and we adapt to that. my job is is to break it all down and we held the view on the stand and make sense of it. facing the reality the president said that there would be a complete audit a hundred percent audit that audit hasn't happened getting to the heart of the matter so are you saying then that the future of the g.c.c. will be in doubt. here the story. on talk to al-jazeera at this time. hello i'm barbara starr in london these are the top stories on al-jazeera u.s. backed forces have driven eisel out of itself the cleared capital of rocker in syria after a four month battle the kurdish led syrian democratic forces have raised their flag
inside the city stadium which i saw had turned into a huge prison for anyone who oppose their rule. reports. kurdish fighters triumphantly into right there celebrating the capture of the city which was a main stronghold in syria but taking. wasn't easy for. the syrian democratic forces a coalition of kurds and arabs backed by the u.s. began the offensive in june i said fighters held ground for five months but the armed groups defense lines were eventually broken by a continual wave of strikes and shelling but. we control rock up but as you know there are mines that we need to clear and we have to make sure there are laws to fighters hiding in tunnels we are now clearing all the areas we captured
civilians continue to flee to safe areas this is a family that has just a refugee camp controlled by the. tens of thousands of people have been affected by the fighting they mostly live in poorly equipped camps north of the city. i heard the news of a cease fire and took my family but then we came under fire the journey was tough because we had to walk through entire areas reduced to rubble now that iraq is under their control fighters got the order to move south towards daters or i sells last area of control in syria. and advance that is likely to put the kurds on a collision course with the. syrian army which is also launching an offensive from the southwest to capture the oil rich province the two have recently been competing to expand military gains in iraq and the others or to come to iraq as
a major setback for either which is now trying to hold ground in a vast desert area on the border with iraq by losing fertile lands and filled the group finds itself deprived of crucial financial means it perfectly needs of this critical moment and it was hoping to use syria and iraq as a starting point for its self declared islamic state. kurdish forces have lost more territory in northern iraq a day after government troops seized the northern city of kirkuk they were withdrawn from the towns of sin john mark more kirkuk and kalak in as well as giving up control of several oil fields tension has been mounting in the oil rich region since the kurds held a referendum on secession from iraq last month well iraq's prime minister hyderabadi praised the kurdish peshmerga fighters who didn't resist the takeover
well he had. been delusional leaders not to belittle to push the pittsburghers forth dictatorship that they fought alongside us against do not divide us. iraqi kurdish citizens you have noticed this if you would go see a suction i did not kill iraqi forces please take this as a lesson do not attempt to two people against each other the philippine president says his forces have retaken the southern city of morale we after a five month battle against isolating fighters rodrigo to test their announced the city has been freed from what he called terrorists but his military says fighting still continues. rescue operations continue in somalia's capital for those still missing following the worst bomb attack in the country's history more than three hundred people were killed in a suicide truck explosion in mogadishu on saturday thousands of people are protesting in barcelona against the arrest of two separatist leaders the leaders of
mine is sure it's going. to. i live in. beirut. and i want to have. a message sent from beirut by ko him in the one nine hundred forty s. to the intelligence section of the jewish agency. the agency played a major role in founding israel. and the new states intelligence service would later become mossad started. laskin the gamble we can only already a lot of mossad mossad. was actually saying. she can be false if he she is when we carry over the illness or the uncle india would again are the. only of the gunshot is the court's going to. be further up the lawyer who the hell up.
to it going to the lokpal bill blood will trickle in. ghar ghar will be over the arabic wonder campus minister with their full fasting she will leave little. curry other the other the limo to the feel it. then even with that if my attorney what i saw they come. back again feet a career i'm cool car you for. a lot of businesses. the first arab israeli war started when the un adopted their resolution to partition palestine nine hundred forty seven and continued when israel was founded in one nine hundred forty eight referred to now by palestinians as. the catastrophe. the intelligence service mossad started up on the thirteenth of december one thousand nine hundred forty nine. eleven is the.
edges of. the world from a lesser scale and most said well as a. scale of leverage the more amount of luck in the fell ill more set. idea to mention the ladder very plainly at the feet that is where the real of the elec. i'm with dana come see in my comment was that bit of jewel door cinema for call her . the dumb is a little more sad come a bit of geo or come a big hunk. and yet all you came with. was created in faces in the the beginning of june one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. and this was during the war of independence the big david we assemble a special meeting in his office and created the israeli intelligence community he
declared the creation of three different organizations first military intelligence second shin bet the internal secret service and he basically took the diplomatic department of the jewish agency diverted that to the ministry of foreign affairs and gave the ad the authority to be the international or the foreign intelligence service of israel in charge of espionage and special assignment out of the borders of israel. but until the. mossad yeah well and mossad your car a little. league and mossad the mossad strategy to it is only strategy to say. well the tally.
had the annie model of a lesser bill methyl chattily but he is a master at digital i'm no comal israeli lucky or darker. never been good he learned sent that many to bring in a sale. we owed. how long. they're over tell him another month i love the had the strategy let it up will be monica. mark at the at the not alone any list but what is the but what is the one a mere deacon was director general of mossad between two thousand and two and twenty eleven after diggins death and twenty sixteen prime minister benjamin netanyahu said that they can always kept a photograph in his office of his grandfather. it showed him being degraded by nazi officers shortly before he was murdered in one nine hundred forty two he said dig
in had dedicated his life to ensuring the holocaust would never be repeated and if at the card they were in no. limit to call him an actor to do a bill i. let it on for men international what i mean i lack the betty card it in no lima list but i've been this will israel i may have the full name of mossad is a mossad lemoore dream of it could be me who are doing which means the institute for intelligence and special operations now by its name alone there is a hint to the responsibility of mossad of numerous tasks completely different from each other including one when the mossad is the the only one dealing with in the world and this is taking care of jews in rogue states and being involved in first
the establishment of a framework. of helping the jews to protect themselves physically from pogroms. wherever they reside and second help them to emigrate to israel and this is worse comes to. the end you can't and fashionable cause and found herself by and roundabout truth argentina and jerusalem in the beaumont of one nine hundred forty s. the roots she had blue eyes was attractive and classy with a strong presence. she started high society salons frequented by government officials senior military thinkers and influential businessmen as well as women looking for let's say advancement there were plenty of stories about sheila collins appealing to the opposite sex. and also.
the one model find their way in my home and i could see it all we. shall i met. a lot about. fear. here. would suffer that was one thing you know what i feel i'm a wind i'm a beloved a lot of the other and it was a lot farther. than the law and yet as i was about to have there's a washer world was a car crash oh well it. and i cannot. force a missile who are not unless you have the market you're on your side life is not how life. was. in the early one nine hundred thirty s. cons family had financial problems so her parents decided to marry the sixteen year
old shoes off to a wealthy jewish lebanese businessman joseph from beirut. vacation x. lived in wadi aborigines in the jewish quarter in beirut and had seven children. she was part of the years really the through says and she knew the israelis she was dying is and when she went to lebanon she feels herself not just as a zionist but as somebody who was sent not by the government by by herself because we are talking about buying nearing time when people think that they are doing something in the need to do something not what the country asked them to do but what they want to go forward to do for the country mossad the israeli. town of a limit. well i'm sorry you are
a loved. one only already from the point of view from of mossad having very being very in huge shortage of assets in their country she was perfect and they had no one else. of course this was coming from from lack of other resources because to recruit a jew living in his own city under is own identity it means huge risk for him and he's suspected just by being a jew it's not entirely clear how call him became a spy one theory is she always wanted to be involved in building israel another but she was recruited in jerusalem and her marriage to kris was a front either way her husband's beirut shop gave her the chance to meet travelling merchants who talked about fighters training on lebanon southern border the story
goes she sent a message with a traveling salesman to a jewish settlement in palestine what is the article you had. the. how to feel young. man and i who do you mean by a lot and was sorry the coup in canada here meant approach a kind of home and second. because you know how they had got at that road. fear i'm one of them at the leo d.f.e. that look at the guy who had thrown almost routine fee that let it america. that he'd been in kind here member that oh member that oh now who a comment that i like a more weeks passed and soon i heard nothing in reply to her message to palestine. then
a man knocked at the door saying he was delivering a message from her family. when she opened the letter it was from the jewish agency asking her to help hide a jewish man named vandar the beirut where they are which means that either. where you are that as with added the level of street beheaded in a rather. short like the one thousand nine hundred forty six to nine hundred forty eight where the times where israeli intelligence was planted the seeds. for its network in arab countries like lebanon and syria insure cohen the connection the relations the establishment relation between israeli intelligence where established at the time soon as first mission went well and established her credentials in assisting the secret passage of jews through lebanon into palestine . she was then contacted by
a man from the south called lutheran hope the love that was to become a key figure in her spy network. he told her that israeli security wanted to meet her in a small town on the lebanon palestine border it was the first time sure had crossed the border since her marriage in her memoirs she later roads. i travelled by jeep from beirut to the helium area i stayed in new says house until late at night his men were monitoring border patrols to secure my journey. and. let me just. set the second had. always had them and higher. mara be is nick was. gonna this nigger muscles were gonna yet lope be a moment here. we are at. a law millennia and a thought i knew that of the other the other the nurse had let alone many of them
are done more homely. let's go back to the fifty's what horse is really thinking about. the people who are coming to the border the people are coming to make some sabotage that i can think of that was important to the israeli intelligence but the most important thing was that she was there. that it was them that was the big success the big success they did not the information that she was she gave but that she was there and the people from here from the army could come to the prime minister to bangor yawn and said we have spies in the art of levon and. among those who helped was a french jew called george will come. she met him at a reception in one of beirut's palatial homes.
and his wife supplied cohen with secret ink and transmission devices to help her communicate with her contacts over the border. so at the beginning they used very old methods including pigeons. with. very small papers with secret ink or code in the ink that were. sent. from lebanon to israel and the answer from yes well to lebanon to shura or to the other people were through the years really a radio so it's when some kind of code words or songs for example even songs of of the hell even half as it was a some kind of fair a fair sign to the other people yes we got your message.
some of them were given most machines at the beginning very very simple using very simple code and later on with burst transmitters that. narrow down the time needed for the actual transmission of the message surely gradually enlarged her spy and support network arabs rejected the idea of jewish immigration into palestine and after the second world war the british continued to restrict entry. and played a key role in alya that the secret smuggling of jews through lebanon into palestine i remember the day i accompanied syrian jewish families across the border i was seven months pregnant and had to do the journey with them on foot. i walked for hours when i met the agents they were surprised to see my big belly and didn't hide their at me ration for. a.
good muslim is not going around clear to me they are. the law of the law or. i don't know the you know where the i was mean. it harry didn't notice the era. can actually. be. a little here. your own. when i come on your rocker at the word yet. you lose you know what those were hello more to how. you who would. wonder the whole and who do the who's on top and i just put that she was in touch with a lot of people from the lebanese bureaucracy in order to make this work she had people inside some of the lebanese department of custom and others that could use any sort of forged passports to make sure that if some of these convoys are being
caught. then she. is called soft pillow it means that when something goes wrong. in advance you prepare some sort of mechanism that would enable you to get out of this without causing too much damage. in the early one nine hundred fifty s. lebanon tightened its border control making it harder to smuggle jews of different nationalities into israel. and started moving them by sea through and marry support in beirut on a weekly journey aboard what was called the wednesday. meanwhile rumors grew about the goings on at cohan salons and their clientele he said mark. under. janet thomas alone. there's a minimalist. scan what i did in.
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have been kind of that silat with our my jihad their id their every month the. stories abound about beirut's lifestyle her salons and the services she offered some say she turned the rambo bar in at humber street into a brothel and olympia casino into a high level rendezvous largely for rightwing party leaders. they were in rio we were there was real. nobody. thought. who. blew the roof or my unit. will get the sure the coherent you can. always go back at the a.b.m.
with them until they are mobs the idea when michael is out of it could save. you can happen just as i mean like in one nine hundred fifty eight the army commander for actually had was elected president of lebanon to help deal with israel he set up. the second office the lebanese security and intelligence services. and you live out of a woman will be a lawyer how more i don't know but now all came free much man omit but smug and free more dearie. ataru iesus saw this but i love how you can free how about my plan your lot or how the army will eat law and northern army and i'm be a mile a minute or lot of our homes of our barnett are free so large i mean but the numbers but nigeria is how large was a fair amount the will be able are known as the sar law the word salary senior
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a car with them we can mount gambier hodo zhong will see you for say make up people yeah hibs didn't gerrish our sons about bigger bus muffy benzine surely armor our south africa would share why the yami that are bound mini act that i'm in the. trees several are part of lear armies and needs are but we are but that is seattle what museum need monday coming up in part two lebanese intelligence sets a trap for sulaco hen contrived by the man with whom she had fallen in love. and nor had that i'm a kind of with a but i'm a little. behind is in no man's in the work for him to compel the other i'm not good i'll bad for the hut shot i was at the civil war millions of.
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had turned into a huge prison to hold anyone who oppose their rule the battle to take the city from mysore began in june civilians have been fleeing for weeks as the fighting intensified critic forces have lost more territory in northern iraq a day after government troops seized the northern city of kirkuk they've withdrawn from the towns of sin just one more kirkuk and kalak in as well as giving up control of several oil fields tension has been mounting in the oil rich region since the kurds held the referendum on secession last month. when meanwhile iraq's prime minister hi there alibi the praise the kurdish peshmerga fighters who didn't resist the takeover well you have. been delusional leaders not to belittle to push the pittsburghers for dictatorship that they fought alongside us against do not divide us. iraqi citizens you have noticed this if you would go to
such an iraqi forces take this as a lesson do not attempt to people against each other the president of the philippines and says his forces have retaken the southern city of maher are we after a five month battle against i saw a link fighters rodrigo there announced the city has been freed from what he called terrorists but his military says fighting still continues. rescue operations continue in somalia's capital for those still missing following the worst the bomb attack in the country's history more than three hundred people were killed in a suicide truck explosion in mogadishu on saturday the army and police are working to clear the rubble and search for any survivors thirty five seriously injured victims have been flown to turkey for treatment. thousands of people are protesting in barcelona against the arrest of two separatist leaders the leaders of the catalan national assembly and all new of
she led me to call her and was born of jewish parents in argentina grew up in israel but at sixteen moved to beirut with her new husband joseph. she was recruited to israeli intelligence and was part of the huge operation called baths bringing jews from europe the middle east and north africa into palestine which could only be done through smuggling until israel was founded in one nine hundred forty eight. in the late one nine hundred fifty is lebanon formed its own intelligence service new dizzying bureau which included senior army officers like sami and then he. moved the aisle had
a medical tell you the name of a lot of you there you were running you with the general hook. madama no calabria all or who know. more. food the area they are benny would refer to what out. of me or to local in the water the law mugs i mean you are being full of them and a dollar to raise. a mayor than a man and i. would rather they were not real melia if you die hard reality area how little i learned luck and worth it. and left me. well plain as mud as mud that you wish to buy him a him in war love you a lot of the man. we're going to as
a mahmoud our. mahmoud zahar what was a senior lebanese government official who found himself at the center of a huge financial scandal in lebannon in the late one nine hundred fifty s. . vast sums of money went missing from lebanese banks and in one nine hundred sixty one and inquiries by minister of finance rashid cut ami put them under scrutiny. of the moroccan with money had the right mood on. the run and the harbor of a mahmoud on was a. lot of them as he. was. a lot has been said he'll be khaled of what the u.n. moon had to say there are these again my lawyer the us of a lawyer who. the highlight. was who was lying and blah blah doesn't. know who
will agree unless the three they are the he was developing any well of who they are we weighed we all worry about. the slim but. easily yes reminds me of the law. even though i was had designs himself on show like oh hadn't he introduced her to a man called simon he was an attractive young blue eyed man in his twenty's and would play a big part in sweetness life. he started giving private lessons to call his children but unbeknown to her he was an undercover intelligence agent linked to the dizzy i'm below called me lad and i had. yes this movie of. the. sea for mother. was out to be her camomile. when you read them how about ferbey macclassic d.n.a.
it can't. be called on a. yearly lab door a c c b mode or call him. simon or milan. reported to gabble who would in the disease. his brief was to get as close to cohan as possible. with me and u.k. my luck and i are. going to feed bill for a silent low look at what i did. kind of a look. in her memoirs cohen later roads i facilitated simon's meetings with israeli intelligence officers in more than one country the meetings were particularly held in rome. i accompanied him on a number of trips through turkey and i accompanied him on
a trip to tel aviv to. on that day the cost of officer stamped my passport and my return to beirut was not possible without sinus intervention he contacted a friend of hers the second passport for me very quickly. ten years her junior but she left fell in love with her. one hundred one her heart he got to work on dating her complete confidence has a baby for a bit of me says merely. i live. i hate the thought. i thought. leak and. yet it came in and i'm already in b. know you had a ten minute call but the it took a d. it to feel active. unfortunately. died in twenty
thirteen without divulging many of the details and secrets of his relationship with your hand. or the undercover plot he carried out the who would and lebanese intelligence. sami was also involved. had read you who do not list them but. they say they are the only one so. for. them they haven't been available today. when i. was there another measure other than me will be really really really. tough i learned. that you loved. the very deep and very little dishes and how. good the
middle of all how will the. allure of the world of you. know anything about. the co-head surveillance operation was carried out with the support of lebanese president for archie had. sammy how deep was there and other officers were the skies as market traders and newspaper sellers to keep a constant eye on cohan meanwhile she continued to use her cafes casinos salons and sexual services to pass on information to assad about the lebanese and syrian government's. celta head and you have to stay late you know who really hate him. then they'd lose two rows.
in a cell as a. good little way you're doing no good. but good luck with the. live. and let me love you know. your name good the hubble our enemy. that is e m d o officers analyze the information sheila collected and sent to israel as well as investigating members of her network and their roles. there was a lot of cross border correspondence about lebanese and other arab politicians as well as intelligence on military movements. call him wrote all the information in secret in and sent it to massage the messengers using mountain tracks to get to israel. rather readily and in the above
a little there are limits that are the more of the up for sale so the lower the no but. when none of it other that we were in my room it looked really i scurried on for a good read and. one as nearly gave one as well the booklet they. cared to tell was the level headed in regard to resiliency when they are the the you know i'm going to god that he will find out about it is a really. cold and never suspected sign and army lad then added and continued to involve him in her activities. but all the while the investigation was closing in on her. there cannot watch of. the uk
under there and you know now have a good yes as he is really. work really well. yet the actor. motherhood there after. they die. and let the. then. the learned then i think oh but. i'm in a hopeless thing with. after two months of surveillance it's easy to be a whore decided it had all the information on co he needed it planned the raid for the ninth of august one thousand nine hundred eighty one and. with playing a vital role of a. little color martial a criminal
a comet have to have if humans here for that i had to have come a larger. almost a month when i can i learn to contact if and how that i'm a kind of what about a military court or behind no man's ill will to work while i'm compelled by the i'm not sure i'll bad for the hot shot i was at this who. call and was obviously shocked to discover her lover simon was working for lebanese intelligence. but she seems to have responded to the situation once confronted by the whole. doesn't know all of. the remission everything and. i mean i bit him then i'm really. really.
you know the island million and the number. that must have it ever covered are lush or like wayne why and that one. oh well she added they are all are merely a well i mean really being come out. of the living. cut off but our got an army and permission. then the man oh man the layout of. dunmore me and him give me. a year and i love that i don't get much more cash for free. if the like wayne let me write that all my little mini you know me time alone mom i know. the most they will come it's of me and you just to see. if you're at the most or shine a little and suddenly the real army look many a key. member most stark where the shock and. some our.
society was shocked by cohen's a rest and the revelations about her spine. at the same time. gained huge pristine beach from the operation and enhanced the repeat ancient of intelligence gathering in the region. of. the garden that he'll. die among. and governor and. it's. him again this is only her. love you know yes love ninny and the little life and.
they just use. that method to beat them with them earlier woody allen yelled or lead. car. had the most good of the ugliest group of. what had. been had our. superman arrest was clearly a shock for my side and israel sex have played a big part in cohen's fourteen years as an agent code name the pearl but she was undone by her love for a dashing young arab man we have to put this in context and to say that at the same period wallace of time there were other two prominent israeli warriors that were caught vulcan lots who were taking the role for say dentity
of a former nazi working in egypt and elie call him. that who took the identity of a famous syrian businessman residing in a posh apartment just across the street from the syrian chief of staff in the capturing of these people. and the execution of. in the middle of the central square in the massacres caused a lot of reactions very emotional very dramatic ones and on that context you can see the huge headlines in the israeli press again saying no the so-called war is. what. was.
so. so. so. you can and you. go in and her associates appeared at a military court decided over by judge joseph three hundred. quickly caved in and admitted many lebanese and arab political figures. because of my position in the ministry of finance he said it was easy for me to communicate with politicians and entice them to disclose information. was interrogated in an office at the defense ministry.
would you. what are the good while i mean. you're in the living room was. as really a love muscle and how to get the heart of kids are scary were seriously you would believe me well if any. given simile. cohen's trial began on the twenty seventh of october one thousand nine hundred eighty one and received huge media attention. but interestingly nothing came out during the trial about the many lebanese and other arab politicians who'd been caught in her clan this time web everywhere here's a really. well a good imo and the girls were on the. level of
it. level of. blood. on the twenty fifth of july one thousand nine hundred sixty two. and was sentenced to death. but you to international pressure including from israel her sentence was commuted to twenty years. can hell if americans. now have for the letting her live got to a france or france that had a sense of loss at the end. the summers at the end that it was all with left wow my luck a strategy a kind of. violent no look at what kind of friends i hadn't allowed. them when i.
look nearly vertical as the bad and that gone. around free never know how to feel for a moment i let them. but cohen only served six years of her sentence. the second the arab israeli war broke out in june one thousand nine hundred eighty seven israel took a large number of arab prisoners and cohan among others was exchanged for a number of syrian lebanese and egyptian soldiers. if an agent is caught. sometimes will do something and usually will do nothing to help if a warrior is caught this is considered to be a strategic catastrophe because he is an israeli citizen. and this is why when israel caught all these arab soldiers during the six day war it was brought up
immediately to release. and the jews that were arrested in the fifty's one hundred fifty four in egypt and released them in exchange for the syrian lebanese and egyptian soldiers. the prisoner exchange deal including sulaco hand took place in the summer of one nine hundred sixty seven. she was taken to knock on the lebanese border where she was handed over to the international red cross who in turn handed her over to the israelis. then. at laguna. where you call the no call it little general ham then and no. for that. matter the penny and no one has a key a new car be. moved back to israel where she lived for the next
fifty years in twenty ten she was given an important israeli citizenship award. because we're looking for heroes when she became here she became them here and they gave her all the medals of their country she is the hero of jerusalem she is the hero of the state of israel. and because what she was doing it was something brave as a woman not just as a man it's all over the world the stories the women especially in the fifty's and specially when we are talking in a nation buildings when you need some heroes the story of. warrior pearl agent pro and she was as she was coding was one of the first disclosure of or almost full disclosure of stories. that were permitted it to be published by israeli censorship ever as
a kid. we read the book about age and probably this was the main main thing at the time because she was dealing with this specific topic immigration of jews this is considered to be essential but less sensitive to censorship and the administration let her story to be published in this was you know one of the myths that we grew up on as a kid. she nicole had died in jerusalem on the twenty first of may twenty seventh teen aged one hundred. on the twenty fifth of january twenty seventeen lebanese security forces were reported as having made five arrests in connection with passing information to mossad. on the seventh of october twenty seven thousand their jerusalem post reported that three
recently it's queensland where we've seen the worst of the weather you see that huge area of cloud with us at the moment that's giving us yet more wet weather and it's going to stick around as we head through the next few days as well so do expect to see some more lightning out of this and potentially a fair amount more hail as well meanwhile for the south we've got a bit of a change coming at the lake that thirty two that's pretty hot for wednesday then the system works its way across us and the temperatures really drop so suddenly as we head into thursday no high than twenty one degrees as a maximum here meanwhile for the west generally fine and settled for sympathy a temperature is around twenty two and made of course towards new zealand taya we've got a high pressure in charge so for most of us it is quite quiet weather wise the temperatures will be rising though so christchurch around twelve degrees a wednesday but as we head into thursday we'll get up to twenty search so it will be a very warm day for us plenty of sunshine and that sunshine will extend all the way further north towards cloned as well as we head further north what's we can see what's happening over japan this area of cloud is just to the south of us most of
us in japan on wednesday seeing some fine weather just a bit more in the way of cloud in the south there but this thing works its way northward as we head into thursday so many more of us see some heavy rain. a new television station in afghanistan is turning the focus on women it's on t.v. they are on camera in the guest chair and in the control room the founder of zone t.v. says this project couldn't wait this thing is for those mothers on both the sit on those wife's living in afghanistan there's always talking about their rights but they didn't see anything in a nation where education was forbidden for girls as recently as two thousand and one and network just for women is a mark of progress there's also a very real element of danger of course we are threatened but because just sit in the corner of our homes we have to go forward and develop ourselves and help bring peace and stability to our country a family business handed down from generation to generation but when this funeral
director retires will his son continue the tradition that i don't think he was actually built for just like i don't feel like i was actually built for a difficult choice for an al-jazeera producer caught between two worlds well it's really by tending to the dead with a living get better an intimate portrait of an industry most encounter only fleetingly al-jazeera correspondent death in the family at this time. this is al-jazeera.